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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words, lacking English entries in the English Wiktionary as of the most recent database dump, found in the 2009-05-11 issue of the Toronto Star (2009-08-22).

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39582 tokens ‧ 29295 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 5332 types ‧ 8 (~ 0.15%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. bimbette *
    • 2009 May 11, Rosie DiManno, “No girl power in shaming cheats”, Toronto Star:
      I cannot stay with a man who frequents minors," she sniffed, while dismissing those bimbette election candidates as "shameless rubbish to entertain the emperor."
  2. callmerightnowyouaresogroundedandimgoingtokillyou
  3. gratae
    • 2009 May 11, Chantal Hbert, “Resurrection not in cards for ex-PM Mulroney”, Toronto Star:
      While Chrtien was not the object of a quarantine of the type decreed by Stephen Harper against Mulroney, he and some of his key associates were personae non gratae in many quarters, starting with the Liberal government of the time for the duration of the Gomery commission and beyond.
  4. intramurally
    • 2009 May 11, “Put carbon back into car frames”, Toronto Star:
      That way the co-defendants in the Green House Gases Caper could remediate the problems they're causing "intramurally" to everyone's benefit.
  5. nonsuburban
    • 2009 May 11, Christopher Hume, “It's time to think outside the big box”, Toronto Star:
      The scheme was killed by the Ontario Municipal Board, but not before SmartCentres revealed its ignorance of nonsuburban reality.
  6. puchasing
    • 2009 May 11, Tyler Hamilton, “Tech marketplace launched against buy America push”, Toronto Star:
      More than 100 buyers from the private and public sectors will gather in Toronto tomorrow with an eyeing to puchasing "green technology" products from a select group of Ontario-based companies.
  7. shoveller
  8. wedlocked
    • 2009 May 11, Rosie DiManno, “No girl power in shaming cheats”, Toronto Star:
      That's manipulative, the conventional take on a wife who chose to stay wedlocked to her perma-tanned husband despite his chronically cheesy behaviour, from phone calls to a sex chat line (purportedly for the purpose of opinion polling, a typical Berlusconi stunt) to old-coot flirting with curvaceous TV starlets (some of whom he put forward as candidates in the upcoming European parliamentary elections) to verbal (at minimum) groping of women who usually sex-wagged right back.